I got married with a U.S citizen 2 years ago when I was on F-1. We just filed our adjustment of status paperwork last month. However, before we receive any receipt from the USCIS, I went out of status as F-1. (kick out of school due to low grades).
So will I need a I601 waiver to prove hardship if my green card is denied due to the fact I get kick out of college?
As long as you haven't departed the US since you legally entered on your F-1 visa, marriage to a US citizen will result in you being forgiven for falling out of student status. An immigration lawyer will be of great assistance to you.
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You do not need a waiver in this case. We would be happy to help you
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